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    surgical procedure known as a Colposcopy. A colposcopy is a procedure done on women to better examine the cervix, vagina, and vulva. This is generally done if a pap test or pelvic exam came back with any abnormalities. It can be used to diagnose and analyze numerous conditions such as: genital warts, cervicitis (inflammation of the cervix), and precancerous changes in the cervix, vagina, or vulva. This procedure is very non-invasive. It is done by using an instrument known as a colposcope. It…

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    Sexually Transmitted Infections Alysa N. Knowles Lennard, HS; HCC Community College Sexually Transmitted Infections The entire Earth’s populous will become sick during their life, but one group of maladies is effectively avoidable. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are infections caused by bacteria that thrives in or around the genitals and are spread by contact with them. Every sexually active person is at risk for an STI, risk is reduced to zero when abstinence is practiced; reduced…

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    is pear-shaped in posterior and superior to the bladder. The uterus or womb is connected to the two fallopian tubes on the superior end and to the vagina on the inferior end. The lining of the uterus, endometrium supports to the embryo during early stage of development. Vagina is an elastic, muscular tube between the uterus and the exterior. The vagina functions as the repository for the penis in sexual intercourse; it transfers sperm to the uterus and fallopian tubes, and it is a canal that…

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    Child Abuse Case Summary

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    abuse allegations she was the person who made the call for sex abuse allegations, when the father was blowing on a child’s vagina. She indicated that it seemed “odd”. People have red flags she thought him blowing on the vagina was odd. She has not seen him after that. She mentioned the mother’s broken nose, the grandmother’s arm, and violent, and blowing on the child’s vagina. She was afraid to tell ACS about the lotion, Julian said his father would not put lotion on him, he would come back…

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    Recently in the news, gender has been the hot topic people seem to be interested in. This week, Caitlyn Jenner was introduced to the world by Vanity Fair magazine. She used to be Bruce Jenner, the famous former Olympian who is in the public eye because of her reality TV show. Caitlyn Jenner believes she is a woman through her lifestyle and mental state regardless of her primary sex. The issue of defining womanhood can be through socio-cultural factors that Simone de Beauvoir advocate on or the…

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    Toxic Shock Syndrome

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    for one specific reason, toxic shock syndrome, or TSS. Your tampon absorbs you're bleeding, but also dried up the “cleaning” system of the vagina, the vaginal mucous. Without the mucous in place constantly cleaning the vaginal area (that’s why you get an occasional vaginal discharge) bacteria called Staphylococcus aureus grow and release a poison into the vagina. Toxic shock syndrome is rare though it does affect an estimated 1 in 700 women. How long is too long? The recommendation to…

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    The spermicide kills the sperm which prevents fertilization taking place. • No prescription is needed and is easily available • Provides added lubrication3 • Has to be left in the vagina up to 8 hours after intercourse • Only effective for an hour3 It is 90% effective if applied properly3 It does not protect you against HIV as there is no protection used to prevent this.3 Intrauterine device (IUD) A plastic T shaped device…

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    Reproduction In this essay I will attempt to explain the key events in human reproduction and explain the male and female reproductive systems. Both males and females require fully functioning reproductive systems in order to conceive naturally, I will first begin by explaining the male reproductive system, the testes are cradled within a ‘bag’ of skin called the scrotum, their two functions are to produce sperm cells and sex hormones. Next, the vas deferens. Sperm passes through the vas…

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    Call The Midwife Analysis

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    In her memoir, Call the Midwife, Jennifer Worth recounts the stories of unusual characters she encounters as a midwife in post-war London’s East End slums. The slums of the East End served as a popular tourist destination for the middle class. Some middle-class philanthropists visited the slums to comprehend the tragic situation of the working-class, whereas other, less-benevolent middle class citizens toured to satisfy their curiosity and to gawk at the poverty-stricken inhabitants (Koven). To…

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    Sex In Sub-Saharan Africa

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    The practice is mostly prevalent in Sub-Saharan Africa. However, dry-sex practices are not limited to Africa. Afro-Surinamese women frequently use genital steam baths that contain tightening and drying herbs (van Andel, 2007; van de Wilgert, et al., 2000); Bekisnska et al., 1999;). The literature review evidences that having a real time in sexual intercourse is a desire on the part of both men and women. Women are eager to please their men regardless at times of consequences. However, due to…

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